Published at Tuesday, December 31st 2019. by Baylee Leveque in Color Schemes.
There is an old saying that claims, blue and green should never be seen without a color in between! While this is often true, there are exceptions to every rule – navy and mint is one.
This green on green falls in to the same category as the monochromatic color scheme above, but it is much easier to work with (especially in the natural tones). For interior design, this combination works well next to wood. In fashion, it looks expensive, especially when worn with metallic (use rose gold for extra trendy points!). Green is also gender neutral and suits most skin tones and hair colors.
As such, Amazon found it suitable for the joy of the shopping fever.
Individually, they can be overwhelming in large doses, but when placed side-by-side the two colors enhance each other. From a visual perspective, black becomes darker and white is highlighted. The results are clean, crisp and contemporary. Black and white is popular in all areas of design. Graphic designers and marketers use it to deliver powerful and clear messages, and it is a staple part of the fashion industry.
One of the first things you should do if you want to step up your creative game is to get confident about choosing color combinations. Knowing what colors go together is a skill in itself and it can have a positive impact on all areas of your life.
As we move further into the digital age, there is a growing effort to keep our feet planted in the real world. As stress and pressure increases, there’s more emphasis than ever to embrace the natural, wholesome and healthy aspects of life. In 2017, the Pan tone Color of the Year was called Greenery and it truly reflected this movement.
Forget orange – gray is definitely the new black. Sales in gray kitchens, cars and clothes have soared in recent years because it is such an adaptable neutral. Gray can be warm or cool, hard or soft, it is exceptionally versatile and flattering.
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